EduCom
30September2020

EduCom Educational Activities at ECCO'21 – From theory to practice

Henit Yanai, EduCom Chair

Henit Yanai 
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The European Crohn’s and Colitis Organisation (ECCO) brings together national groups and individuals interested in different aspects of Inflammatory Bowel Diseases (IBD). One of ECCO’s core aims is to promote education in the field of IBD and thereby improve the quality of care for IBD patients throughout Europe.

Posted in ECCO News, Committee News, EduCom, ECCO'21, Volume 15, Issue 3

30September2020

Call for Participants: The 19th IBD Intensive Course for Trainees

The 19th ECCO Intensive Course for Trainees (previously named IBD Intensive Advanced Course) designed for residents, fellows in gastroenterology and junior faculty will take place in Copenhagen, Denmark, on July 7, 2021, immediately prior to our next Congress. We are pleased to inform you that the preliminary programme for this course is already available.

Posted in ECCO News, EduCom, Congress News, ECCO'21, Volume 15, Issue 3

30June2020

A letter from the e-Learning Ambassador

Pascal Juillerat, e-Learning Ambassador

Pascal Juillerat 
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Dear ECCO Members,

I would like to thank my predecessor, Peter Irving, for championing the role of ECCO e-Learning Ambassador and now passing the baton on to me. I am honoured to take on this responsibility and thrilled to be able to reach out to you with the latest news regarding the e-CCO Learning Platform

Posted in ECCO News, EduCom, Volume 15, Issue 2

12March2020

Report on the 18th ECCO IBD Intensive Advanced Course, Vienna 2020

Henit Yanai, EduCom Chair

 


Henit Yanai

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The 18th IBD Intensive Advanced Course took place before the ECCO Congress as the highlight of the educational programme, which runs in conjunction with the Congress.

This well-known course, which has been held almost since the inception of ECCO, took place once again, attracting a full attendance from Europe and elsewhere. Overall, 94 doctors attended the course from 37 countries and were treated to a comprehensive update on IBD.

Posted in ECCO News, Committee News, EduCom, Congress News, ECCO'20, Volume 15, Issue 1

12March2020

Report on the 2nd ECCO-ESGAR Basic Imaging Workshop: Endoscopy

Marietta Iacucci, EduCom Member

 


Marietta Iacucci
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In 2020 the ECCO Endoscopy Workshop reached its 6th edition, and it has now become a mainstay of the educational activities of ECCO. Since 2019 the Endoscopy Workshop is a part of the ECCO-ESGAR Basic Imaging Workshop. The workshop was organised by the ECCO Education Committee (EduCom), and was devoted to and structured for physicians or colorectal surgeons who are specialists in IBD with at least some experience in endoscopy.

Posted in ECCO News, Committee News, EduCom, Congress News, ECCO'20, Volume 15, Issue 1

12March2020

Report on the 2nd ECCO-ESGAR Basic Imaging Workshop: Ultrasound and MRI portion and on the 7th ECCO-ESGAR Ultrasound Workshop Advanced

Christian Maaser, EduCom Member


Christian Maaser 
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At ECCO 2020 two ultrasound workshops were held. The 2nd ECCO-ESGAR Basic Imaging Workshop was devoted to the basics of intestinal ultrasound (IUS) and MRI. In this workshop, gastroenterologists from ECCO who are experts in intestinal ultrasonography and radiologists from the European Society of Gastrointestinal and Abdominal Radiology (ESGAR) who are experts in IBD jointly provided delegates with a full immersion in imaging in IBD. 

Posted in ECCO News, Committee News, EduCom, Congress News, ECCO'20, Volume 15, Issue 1

17December2019

Report on the 64th ECCO Educational Workshop in New Delhi, India, August 10, 2019

James Lindsay, Education Officer


James Lindsay
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The 64th ECCO Educational Workshop took place at the Hotel Pullman Aerocity on August 10, 2019, the day before a National IBD study day. The ECCO Faculty comprised Willem Bemelman and myself; however, we were fortunate also to be joined by Simon Travis, who was part of the faculty for the following day.

The local organiser was Vineet Ahuja, who was joined by 16 local faculty who moderated the sessions and acted as an expert panel to facilitate discussion as well as to present some of the cases. The workshop was a resounding success, with 250 participants, including a mixture of physicians, surgeons and trainees.

Posted in ECCO News, Committee News, EduCom, Volume 14, Issue 4

17December2019

Report on the 62nd ECCO Educational Workshop in Larnaca, Cyprus, June 15, 2019

Pierre Ellul, EduCom Member


Pierre Ellul
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The 62nd ECCO Educational Workshop was organised on June 15, 2019 in Larnaca, Cyprus.

Delegates from Cyprus attended this interactive and productive workshop. It was a memorable educational experience and provided plenty of opportunities both for networking and for further clinical case discussions over coffee and lunch breaks. In the background, the serene Mediterranean Sea further stimulated healthy interactions.

Posted in ECCO News, Committee News, EduCom, Volume 14, Issue 4

11October2019

Report on the 61st ECCO Educational Workshop, Tel Aviv, Israel

Naila Arebi, EpiCom Member

Naila Arebi
Naila Arebi
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The cosmopolitan city of Tel Aviv served as the location for the 61st ECCO Educational Workshop. On the 12 June, over 100 delegates from across Israel attended this interactive and productive workshop, which also offered plenty of opportunities for networking over coffee and lunch breaks.

Posted in ECCO News, Committee News, EduCom, Volume 14, Issue 3

11October2019

Introduction to ECCO’20 IBD Intensive Advanced Course

Henit Yanai, EduCom Member


Henit Yanai 2018
Henit Yanai
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The 18th ECCO IBD Intensive Advanced Course, Vienna 2020

The European Crohn’s and Colitis Organisation (ECCO) brings together national groups and individuals interested in different aspects of Inflammatory Bowel Diseases (IBD). One of ECCO’s core aims is to promote education in the field of IBD and thereby improve the quality of care for IBD patients throughout Europe.

The annual ECCO IBD Intensive Advanced Course was initiated in 2003 with the general aim of providing advanced fellows and junior faculty in gastroenterology with a multidisciplinary broad base of knowledge in IBD. The course consists of lectures and workshops dealing with controversial areas of IBD pathogenesis, diagnosis and management, delivered by leading experts in the field of IBD.

Posted in ECCO News, Committee News, EduCom, Congress News, ECCO'20, Volume 14, Issue 3

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